Review of The Things We Knew by Catherine West

Lynette Carlisle has been forced to be so strong for so long and now things are beginning to collapse around her. At just twenty-four, she’s had to be the lone caretaker of her family’s crumbling estate and her father, whose… Read more

Review of Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

Alex Dale is a “functioning” alcoholic who has made a mess of every aspect of her life. Her career, marriage and health have greatly suffered over the years because of her excessive drinking and she’s grasping at just about anything… Read more

Review of The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel’s life has become a pathetic lie. Because of her excessive drinking, her marriage has ended and now she’s lost her job. To keep her unemployment a secret from her roommate/landlady, Rachel continues with her daily train commute. The fact… Read more

Review of Copyright A Novel by Lori Lesko

Amber Tyler has a fabulous life. She has two loving children, a supermodel girlfriend and a career as a successful author. While in the process of working on her latest novel, Amber suffers a massive heart attack and is forced… Read more

Review of Skeletal by Katherine Hayton

Skeletal begins with the discovery a dead body and then progresses through the tragic life of a New Zealand teen, Daina Harrow. Most of the story is told from Daina’s post mortem POV – although the author threw in the… Read more

Interview with Judith Glynn Author of The Street or Me: A New York Story

eBook Review Gal had the pleasure of interviewing author, Judith Glynn, recently. Judith’s first novel, A Collector of Affections: Tales from a Woman’s Heart entwines cherished travel experiences and travelers’ secrets with a strong emphasis on Spain. It’s been translated into… Read more

Review of The Sisters Will Dance by Brian Wheeler

Blaine Woosley is an addict who has recently completed a stay in rehab. While we’re not certain what Blaine was addicted to, we’re made aware of his daily struggle with his addiction and his attempts to keep it from taking… Read more

Interview with Scott Hildreth Author of Broken People

eBook Review Gal is pleased to have had the opportunity to interview Scott Hildreth. Scott’s novel “Broken People” deals with alcoholism, eating disorders, co-dependency and several other issues. The eBook Review Gal Interview: How long did it take you to write Broken… Read more

A Child Born Man by Kenneth Thompson

  About the Book: A Child Born Man is author Kenneth Thompson’s compelling autobiography.  In his candidly raw book, Thompson details his journey through the storms and the darkness of his life, but also narrates how God came to help to… Read more